New Perimeter

Our Global Pro Bono Initiative

Combating Human Trafficking Around the World

About our work

In 2013, New Perimeter launched a multi-faceted initiative to combat human trafficking globally through research, advocacy and capacity-building. This work complements DLA Piper’s domestic pro bono efforts to represent individual trafficking survivors with certain legal needs.

Key deliverables

    • Prepare a template contract and memorandum of understanding to protect domestic workers traveling from one country to another for employment
    • Research trafficking victim compensation options around the world
    • Participate in a training program on Internet-facilitated human trafficking in Thailand
    • Provide analysis and recommendations on draft anti-trafficking legislation in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region
    • Provide a comparative analysis of international law and Singapore’s domestic anti-human trafficking legislation

Key facts

New Perimeter has an agreement with the TIP Office to work cooperatively with US and foreign governments and civil society organizations to fight human trafficking.

Access to justice



Project dates

2013 – Ongoing

Program manager

Crystal Doyle